The American Black Film Festival (ABFF) has announced that Regina Hall (The Best Man) will serve as the festival’s 2017 celebrity ambassador. The ABFF will celebrate its 21st year with a lineup of film screenings, networking opportunities, and events June 14-18, 2017, in Miami, FL.
“I am so excited to be an ambassador at this year’s ABFF. This festival represents art, entertainment, commerce and people of color, and I’m honored to be a part of it,” says Regina Hall.
“We are delighted to welcome Regina Hall to the ABFF family. She is a true artist and one of the most talented and versatile actors in the business. We feel very fortunate to have her as our 2017 ambassador and thank her for supporting the festival and its mission,” said Jeff Friday, ABFF founder.
Hall has starred in several films over the course of her career that spans nearly two decades. She has been in films such as Disappearing Acts and Love and Basketball alongside Sanaa Lathan, and also starred in the entire Scary Movie franchise. Recently she has starred in films such as Think Like a Man, Think Like a Man Too, and About Last Night, Barbershop: The Next Cut, The Best Man Holiday, When The Bough Breaks and will soon be starring in Universal Pictures’ upcoming film Girl Trip Project.